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Servicing Our Community

At Sho-Me Clean Carpet Cleaning of Branson, we are dedicated to serving our community of Branson/Hollister, Kimberling City, Forsyth and Tri-Lakes Area with the best possible carpet cleaning at a reasonable rate. Our dedication and commitment comes from being long term residents and business owners in the Branson area. Our philosophy is simple treat others the way we would like to be treated and give our clients the best service possible. 

Our commitment to our customers is why we have gone the extra mile to become a certified carpet cleaning company with certified carpet cleaning technicians as part of our team. As a certified company, we are required to adhere to certain standards set forth by IICRC(Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification). This certification of our company and our technicians requires us to have continuing education throughout the year and periodic retesting. We consider education a top priority in our company to keep us abreast of new techniques, new solutions, and new developments in the manufacturing of fine carpets. What this means is we are here to help keep your flooring look good and last longer. Quality is not a choice it is a commitment. Thank You for choosing Sho-Me Clean.
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Rob and his crew were professional and did a good job. We would definitely recommend to anyone else that needs their carpets cleaned. Thanks guys

Allison Watkins Slaybaugh
Carpet Care

Sho-Me Clean offers carpet cleaning to the Branson Tri Lakes Area. We have over 16 years of experience plus hours of training to  assist our clients with their carpet cleaning needs. Carpets are often overlooked when it comes to cleaning sure most people vacuum their carpets however they rarely vacuum as much as they should vacuum. A good rule of thumb for vacuuming is you vacuum as many times as there are inhabitants in your house hold. For instance an active family needs to vacuum more than a couple that are empty-nesters. However as a rule of thumb vacuum at least one a week, high traffic areas vacuum daily, medium traffic areas twice a week. Choice of a vacuum is key to taking care of your carpet. 



Hi I’m David Hart. You may know me as inventor of the Ram Air line of professional cleaning and restoration equipment. As a member of the restoration industry association forensic council we’re excited to be writing the guidelines for the forensic restoration industry

This is the earth’s ozone layer, it protects us from harmful UV rays but what is ozone? How is it created? How does it work? To answer these questions we’ll be going down to about fifteen miles above the surface of the earth to the stratosphere. The ozone layer is created when short waive UV radiation from the sun breaks down O2 oxygen molecules in the lower stratosphere. The resulting O1 molecules are unstable and attach themselves to O2 oxygen molecules to create O3 or ozone. The ozone layer doesn’t stop all UV radiation that’s why we still need sun screen, but without it life on earth as we know it would not exist. 

Let’s head down to the surface and see another way ozone is created.

 Ah there’s that great fresh smell you get right after a lighting storm. That smell is ozone and it works as nature’s air purifier. When electricity passes through the air some of the O2 oxygen molecules split into single oxygen atoms that will temporary bond with O2 molecules to form O3 molecules or ozone. These ozone molecules are unstable. One of the oxygen atoms is released to bond with other receptive molecules for example molecules associated with odors of smoke or organic decay. This chemical reaction is called oxidation and it changes the receptive molecules into new odorless molecules. If the O3 molecules can’t find other receptive molecules with which to bond they quickly revert back to their most stable state which is pure oxygen. 

Ozone has a relatively short half-life transitioning back to oxygen at a rate of fifty percent every half an hour. So even at high concentrations ozone reverts to safe levels quickly. Now that we know what ozone is and how it can effectively and safely remove odors. How do we go about producing it?

There are two ways that ozone is commercially generated UV light and corona discharge. UV light generators produce less ozone and are less effective at neutralizing odors. Corona discharge on the other hand is the preferred way of generating ozone for odor removal and sanitation.

 We’ve designed the Ozogen ten kV generator, with a more robust corona discharge system that creates six times the ozone of comparative sized and priced ozone generators. The higher output of the Ozogen ten kV makes it extremely effective at removing tough odors like smoke, water damage, pets, and in the case of forensic restoration necrosis. 

Designed and assembled in the United States with highest quality parts. The Ozogen ten kV is the only ozone generator available that’s maintenance free and carries a lifetime warranty. The Ozogen team at Ram Air International is passionate about ozone effectiveness at sanitation and eradication of unwanted odors.

 If you have any questions about ozone or its uses I’d love to hear from you.